MESSAGING TO REMEMBER (2011-2014)
Messaging to Remember was a multi-year CVR project designed to engage students directly in the development of Holocaust and genocide education for the 21st century. The project drew on the opinions, reactions, and ideas of young people through an online, multi-media exhibit and corresponding survey, with the explicit purpose of providing a unique, interactive learning experience that has the potential to inform the next generation of Holocaust and genocide education. The exhibit and survey were developed, created and administered by CVR; work made possible through generous support from the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA), Austrian National Fund for Victims of National Socialism, Austrian Future Fund and Kraftwerk.
Please read the report of our findings from administrating Messaging to Remember to students at New York University and student groups visiting Mauthausen Memorial here.
Also available is Dr. Linda Mills' presentation (in English) on Messaging to Remember at the annual conference of the Council on American Jewish Museums, along with Mag. Lothar Hoelbling's presentation (in German) at the 5th DIalogforum Mauthausen.
For more information on the project or If you are interested in bringing Messaging to Remember to your community, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.